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Elsewhere on Friday: – On demand and debt traps. – Tesla’s Fremont factory’s dodgy environmental record. – The world’s most debt squeezed company is doing just fine. (WSJ, $)– The Global Ventilator Race. – The end of meat is here. (NYT, $) – Trump’s lethal aversion to reading. – Universities on the brink. – Kendall Jenner set to pay k to settle Fyre suit. Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2020. All rights reserved. You may share using our article tools. Please don't cut articles from FT.com and redistribute by

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